bwnbwn - 10:26 pm on Aug 2, 2012 (gmt 0) [edited by: engine at 8:56 am (utc) on Aug 6, 2012]
"Our application is in full compliance with the Facebook policy, and we take their policy and privacy seriously." He explained that the app only uses certain pieces of Facebook data -- first name, last name, city and state -- to match people with voter records.
“The Facebook data just makes that process of identifying their friends on the voter file quicker, but this can also be accomplished without Facebook, with a name lookup" for example, he said.
Facebook spokesman Andrew Noyes declined to comment on the service. But the social network’s platform policy does explain what information can be shared by applications: “A user's friends' data can only be used in the context of the user's experience on your application."
Why am I not suprised at how FB is being used now. Just makes me want to cull less and less of my data on this site.
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[edited by: engine at 8:56 am (utc) on Aug 6, 2012]